Advertisement 12/16/2017 - 2 Brachypelma klaasi is sadly still with no name yet, but he or she is amazingly hyper active. Digging, moving dirts while filling the water dish with all sorts of things. That also means he or she will take down any feeder insect on sight. Caribena versicolor is also with no name just yet, and recently rehoused into the rather much smaller enclosure. This enclosure previously used by Mini, and now it’s with the new owner. He or she is now resting after making a little webbing under neath the fake silk plant leaf. Knitty (Dolichothele diamantinensis) is very, very shy. Just a little distraction will make him or her quickly hide into the dried moss bush. Since Neoholothele Incei is called Trinidad Olive as a common name. I did a little ‘The Matrix’ reference and named two of my Neoholothele Incei Neo, and Trinity. Neo & Trinity are now moved into the bigger enclosure as communal set up, so they can fully explore, and have enough space for own territory. They are well hidden in the picture, but they are there. Brachypelma schroederi is yet another tarantula with no name. He or she is hidden completely in the darkness (except his or her soft fluffy toes), and is lurking for any preys passingby.